ZAGREB, 2 July 2020 – Croatia Airlines will re-introduce two more destinations from Zagreb, to Athens and Skopje this month.
There will be some operational changes on the routes from Dubrovnik and Split Airport as well, Croatian Aviation reports.
The seasonal route between Zagreb and Athens will start operating again from July 14th with three weekly flights, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. The route will, as before, have a stopover in Dubrovnik Airport (ZAG-DBV-ATH) and a DashQ400 aircraft will serve on this route (capacity of 76 seats).
The Zagreb – Skopje service will also be introduced again. The route will operate from July 13th, with two weekly flights, every Monday and Friday, while from July 22nd the airline will add two more weekly rotations, every Wednesday and Sunday. By the end of this month, Croatia Airlines will operate 4 weekly flights on the Zagreb – Skopje route with the A319 aircraft.
New destinations from Split and Dubrovnik
Croatia Airlines will also start the service on the seasonal route between Split and Lyon. The route will operate once per week, every Saturday, starting from July 11th.
By the end of this month, the airline will introduce the Dubrovnik – Paris service. The first flight should depart on July 30th, up to three times per week, every Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
The Dubrovnik – Rome service will start operating from July 18th, three times per week, every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, with the DashQ400 aircraft.
Croatia Airlines will resume flights on the Dubrovnik – Munich route. First flight is scheduled for July 24th and flights will be running three times per week, every Monday, Friday and Sunday. A319 aircraft is scheduled on this route.